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by Heidi Stevenson

November 27, 2012

The lesson of these outbreaks is that the modern medical paradigm is deeply flawed. Now, those it claims to have protected are victims.

Incidents of whooping cough have been growing more and more common since the mid-nineties, according to a report in the American Journal of Nursing(1) Those most likely to be infected are infants. However, there has been an increasing trend to the disease in adolescents and adults. Further complicating the picture is that there are two kinds of bacteria that cause whooping cough: Bordetella pertussis and Bordetella parapertussis. Only one, B. pertussis has an associated vaccine. Is vaccination for B. pertussis causing these whooping cough outbreaks by providing a breeding ground for its cousin, B. parapertussis?

by Michelle Malkin

May 6, 2010

A group of California students who dared to wear the American flag on Cinco de Mayo learned a hard lesson about the corruption of citizenship and sovereignty this week.

They were sent home for their show of U.S. patriotism. Because while flying the colors of reconquista is perfectly acceptable, flying Old Glory is practically a hate crime. Some Mexican-American students KTVU spoke with said they thought wearing red, white and blue on Cinco de Mayo was disrespectful.

CNS News

by Ken Thomas

April 6, 2012

President Barack Obama is embracing an unlikely group of political icons as he tries to paint Mitt Romney as extreme: He's praising Republican presidents from Abraham Lincoln to Dwight Eisenhower and Ronald Reagan.

The Democratic president typically offers up GOP leaders of the past as evidence of how both parties can work together in Washington to pursue big ideas and rebuild the economy. With Election Day seven months away, Obama hopes to persuade voters that he, like his Republican predecessors, is a reasonable moderate. At the same time, he's casting Romney as a candidate who would embrace too-conservative policies out of step with most Americans and with their own party in years past.

gianelloni.wordpress.com

by Gianelloni

September 13, 2013

CNN: U.S. measles cases in 2013 may be most in 17 years...and wait for it..."people who refuse to vaccinate their children are behind the increasing number of outbreaks, health officials say"

Of course! It is ALWAYS the unvaccinated. And the answer is always MORE vaccines. Scientists believe that measles can be eradicated by vaccinating 80% -100% of the population. Theoretically, such "herd" immunity will interrupt measles transmission and end epidemics. A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association concluded that "immunization coverage of 2 year olds of 80% may be sufficient to prevent sustained measles outbreaks in urban communities". This is what is referred to as "herd immunity". Ok, so are you following? We need about 80% of people (children) to be vaccinated to achieve herd immunity and prevent outbreaks. Just yesterday (published September 12, 2013) The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said childhood immunization levels are near or above national targets. Let me repeat: CHILDHOOD immunization levels are near or ABOVE National targets.

The Sydney Morning Herald (AU)

by Steven Wells

March 17, 2006

Cheerleading is a sport in crisis. Actually, in crises. There's a debate as to whether it's a sport at all, writes Steven Wells. There's a row about how appropriate it is to have schoolgirls in short skirts perform dirty-dancing moves.

And then there's the fact that for the past five years America has been ripped apart by a maelstrom of cheerleader sex, substance abuse and violence. In Iowa, a 15-year-old cheerleader was arrested for allegedly writing "Columbine-style" threats to blow up her school. In Boston, members of a high-school cheerleading squad produced "a homemade lesbian porno video".

The Age (AU)

by Margaret Cook

May 16, 2005

Early last century, the only way that Victoria's impoverished children could get a secondary education was to gain a scholarship to a private school.

"Working-class and lower middle-class parents demanded a secondary system be established," says Adrian Jones, the chairman of the History Council of Victoria.

pjmedia.com

by Phyllis Chesler

November 10, 2011

Conservatives just need to come to grips with the fact that it's always going to be a Mitt Romney-type who leads the ticket.

Conservatives are fired up. Thanks to the Tea Party and Obama's general left-wing bungling, we're mad and ready to go for the throat on government spending. So who does Intrade show as having a 70% chance of winning the Republican nomination for president? Mitt "Social Security is just fine" Romney. The left is always shrieking that the Republicans are going to nominate some right-wing nut for the presidency; if only that were true. The Republican base's perfect candidate would be someone who emerged from his bomb shelter toting a shotgun with the sole purpose of dismantling government.

The American Spectator

by W. James Antle, Iii

November 22, 2011

Yesterday I posted a few items on Twitter endorsing Ramesh Ponnuru's argument that conservative concerns about people not paying income taxes are overblown.

Some of the responses I received are themselves worth responding to. Many conservatives are fixated on the the 47 percent of Americans (probably closer to 46 percent this year) who don't pay income tax. To the extent that this is a rhetorical point against liberal arguments that the rich are undertaxed, it is worthwhile. I can also understand concerns about people voting for big government without paying for it, though one can be a net beneficiary of federal spending even if they pay some amount of income taxes.

PJ Media

by Jean Kaufman

March 1, 2013

The intellectual transformation from left to right.

These days it may seem as though the entire nation is moving ever leftward. But on the personal level it's actually much more usual for political change to go in the opposite direction: from left to right. It's not that uncommon an event, either - in fact, there's a whole literature of political memoir written by left-to-right changers (such as David Horowitz and Norman Podhoretz, to name just two).

News With Views

by Joel Turtel

June 3, 2006

Why do we need compulsory-attendance laws? Why compel parents to send their children to public schools? Wouldn't parents naturally educate their children without compulsion?

Human nature and history prove this to be the case. All over the world, parents push to educate their children, with or without public schools. In Japan, school is compulsory only up to the equivalent of junior high school (ninth-grade level). High schools in Japan, like colleges in America, are privately owned and charge tuition. Middle-school students compete fiercely for a place in high schools even though their parents must pay to get them in.

      

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